Monday

Krankheit-Erklärung!




Pneumonia: What you get
after you've had old monia.

3 comments:

Professor Howdy said...

I once went with friends to eat at the fanciest restaurant
in Chapel Hill.* One friend was about halfway through his
meal when he took a hard look at the potato, called the
waitress over and said, "This potato is bad!"

To our utter amazement, the waitress picked the potato up,
smacked it, put it back on the plate, then told my friend,
"If that potato causes any more trouble, just let me know."

Professor Howdy said...

TEST YOUR WORD KNOWLEDGE


Match the words in the left-hand column with the correct
definition in the right-hand column.


1. auspicious - - A. To befuddle; mess up
2. lexicon - - B. To act sluggishly
3. celerity - - C. A wedding present
4. drumble - - D. Rapidity of motion
5. miscreant - - E. Marked by lucky signs or good omens
6. sloom - - F. To hang loosely; to bag
7. jargogle - - G. A vile wretch
8. parlous - - H. A dictionary
9. hednon - - I. Attended with peril; dangerous
10. paggle - - J. To doze

(answers below)

Professor Howdy said...

WORD-MATCH
ANSWER KEY


1. auspicious E. Marked by lucky signs or good omens
2. lexicon H. A dictionary
3. celerity D. Rapidity of motion
4. drumble B. To act sluggishly
5. miscreant G. A vile wretch
6. sloom J. To doze
7. jargogle A. To befuddle; mess up
8. parlous I. Attended with peril; dangerous
9. hednon C. A wedding present
10. paggle F. To hang loosely; to bag

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